Shikkari Shambhu is an out-and-out comedy movie. The movie stars Kunchako Boban and Sshivada in lead roles….
|Kochi Multiplex Box Office Collection||Collection||Gross|
|First Day Collection||2.23 Lakhs||2.23 Lakhs|
|2nd Day Collection||2.55 Lakhs||4.78 Lakhs|
|3 Days Collection||1.31 Lakhs||6.09 Lakhs|
|4th Day Collection||1.49 Lakhs||7.58 Lakhs|
Worldwide Collection report
|First Day Collection||64 Lakhs||64 Lakhs|
|2 Days Collection||1.25 Crores|
|10 Days Collection||2.79 Crores|
|15th Day Collection|
Worldwide Collection report
Shikkari Shambhu Movie Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details
|Shikkari Shambhu Movie||Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details|
|Director of Shikkari Shambhu||Sugeeth|
|Release date of Shikkari Shambhu||Januvary 18 2018|
|Hero of Shikkari Shambhu||Kunchacko Boban|
|Heroine of Shikkari Shambhu||Sshivada|
|Producer||S K Lawrence|
|Latest News about Shikkari Shambhu||Latest News|
Shikari Shambu Movie Revew
Shikari Shambu is another family performer from executive Sugeet-Kunchacko Boban combo that rotates around three little time fraudsters, Peelipose otherwise known as Peeli, Achu and Shaji (Kunchacko Boban, Vishnu Unnikrishnan and Harish Kanaran). They catch a discussion between a cleric and his partner and find out about a tiger releasing dread in a town called Kurudimalakaavu and the district’s MLA (Manianpilla Raju) searching for a seeker.
Kunchacko and his companions were at that point stuck in an unfortunate situation where they were and detecting an open door, move to the town as seekers, looking at the Rs 5 lakh remunerate as additionally the uncommon pancha loha icon in a sanctuary. They turn into the sweetheart of the villagers when they prevail with regards to catching the monster, however by a lucky unforeseen development. Rather than packing the money prize, they ask for that they be permitted to remain in the town, clearly to stash the icon that would make them rich. Yet, there is another curve to the story or is it better portrayed as tail? The unfurling occasions take the story forward.
The whole motion picture has been shot in Idukki and close-by places and the backwoods scenes are nothing not as much as a visual devour. Kunchacko Boban is on safe ground in this carefree motion picture however it doesn’t test the on-screen character in him all that much. Clever trades amongst Vishnu and Harish keep you engaged in the primary half. While Vishnu completes a great job in the wake of getting that fantasy part in Kattapanayile…, Harish by and by scores with his characteristic and honest style of acting. Kunchacko’s battle scenes are critical while Sshivada, completes a de-glitz part, which turns noteworthy towards the end.
The melodies don’t wait and maybe the same can be said in regards to the motion picture as well. The minister, the cheats, naïve villagers….haven’t we seen all that some time recently?